Samsung will officially lift the veil on its Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra on 1er next February, but before that, we already have a first idea of the prices envisaged by Samsung for its three smartphones.
For the past few weeks, reports have often contradicted each other regarding the prices of Samsung’s next high-end Galaxy S23. Like every year, some predict that the tech giant won’t touch its priceswhile we could also see a leak from a South Korean operator announcing a price hike.
A rather well-informed leaker, @RGcloudS, has finally published a first price list for the Galaxy S23. Samsung would consider slightly modifying its price list for this new generation, but good news, prices may well drop for some models.
The Galaxy S23 would be cheaper than the Galaxy S22
If we are to believe the leaker, the Galaxy S23 would start at just $799 in its configuration with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while it will cost $849 for 256GB of storage. So that’s $100 less than the Galaxy S22, which launched at $899 in 2022.
For its part, the Galaxy S23 + would arrive at 999 dollars for 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, and 1049 dollars for 256 GB of storage. Finally, the Galaxy S23 Ultra would be listed at $1249 with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, $1349 for 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage and $1499 for 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of flash memory.
To note that the 1 TB version should not be available at launch, this one would arrive only 2 to 6 weeks after the release of the other models. Moreover, to justify such a price difference between S23 and S23+, Samsung would not equip its smallest model with Wi-Fi 7, unlike the other versions.
Here is a summary of the prices announced by the leaker:
- Galaxy S23 8/128 GB: $799
- Galaxy S23 8/256GB: $849
- Galaxy S23+ 8/128GB: $999
- Galaxy S23+ 8/256GB: $1,049
- Galaxy S23 Ultra 8/256 GB: $1,249
- Galaxy S23 Ultra 12/512 GB: $1,349
- Galaxy S23 Ultra 12/1TB: $1,499